Chicken Alfredo Pasta recipe that you can freeze will get dinner on the table quick tonight!

Welcome back to our January Pantry Challenge series!  If you didn’t see our introduction to this series stop over and check it out!  You will not want to miss out on this!  I’ve teamed up with a bunch of amazing bloggers and we are all tackling one of our biggest challenges for the month of January!

I decided to take on an area of my life that gets out of control really quickly. Of course it involves food and spending money on food.  Being a food blogger, I am always running to the store to pick up ingredients which means that I spend a lot of money that I don’t really need to spend.

This month I have challenged myself to spend $100 for the month on groceries and use things from my pantry!  I have a good supply of food in my freezer, cupboards and pantry that this should work although it will be a challenge.

I have a recipe to share with you that I put together using only ingredients that I had on hand! This Chicken Alfredo Pasta is simple to make, you can freeze it and it’s delicious!

Chicken Alfredo Pasta, Pantry Challenge, Freezer Meals

How to Make Freezer Chicken Alfredo Pasta


  • 8 ounces of Pasta (use whatever you have on hand)
  • 1 Jar of Alfredo Sauce
  • 3 Baked and cup up Chicken Breasts
  • 2 teaspoons Garlic Salt
  • 1 teaspoon Italian Seasoning
  • 1 Cup Shredded Cheese
    Step 1 – Bake your chicken breasts and cut into bite sized pieces
    Step 2 – While the chicken is baking, boil a pot of water to cook the pasta until it is a little under done

Chicken Alfredo Pasta, Pantry Challenge, Freezer Meals

Step 3 – Mix the chicken, pasta, Alfredo sauce, cheese, garlic salt and Italian seasoning together in a bowl

Step 4 – Spread the casserole out in a 9×13 pan or 2 9×9 cake pans if you want to make one now and freeze one for later.

Step 5 – Top with a handful of shredded cheese and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes

Chicken Alfredo Pasta, Pantry Challenge, Freezer Meals

Enjoy!  This is really yummy!  You could make your own Alfredo Sauce to use instead of jarred sauce, I have made it both ways and of course the homemade is amazing but a jar sauce works well too!

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  • Katherine

    When we take it out of the freezer do we need to thaw it or leave it frozen? And do we cook it at the same temp? If so for how long?

  • Carrie

    I would also like to know the time and degree to cook when its frozen.

  • Megan

    What temperature and for how long do you cook when removing from freezer? Also do you need to thaw prior to cooking?

  • Elizabeth

    So I have a concoction to make for my kids. Some Alfredo sauce from costco, some frozen peas, sautéed onions, and mushrooms with some macaroni all mixed together. But I wud like to make these into muffin tin meals for my 3 and 2 yr old. Sometimes I just drink my lunch, and dont wanna have to make a whole meal just for those two. I just realized I said I drink my lunch. Lol I’ve been whole juicing breakfast, and lunch. Lol not like alcohol I’m laughing so hard right now. Anywhoo was hoping to see if bottled jar sauce freezes well. So I can just pop these in the microwave for them to eat. These are perfect portion sizes. Thanks.

  • amanda

    How long and what degree setting do you use when making the Alfredo meal that’s been in the freezer ¿

    • Ashlee

      I’d like to know this too

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